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Winnipeg in Store for 5-10 Centimetres of Snow on Monday

April 23, 2017 11:10 AM | News


April Snow

Snowfall accumulation in Winnipeg on Saturday, April 22, 2017. (JOHN ERWIN / @CANWXCHASER / TWITTER)

WINNIPEG — After a cruel taste of wintry weather on Saturday, a late spring snowstorm is in the cards for Monday.

Environment Canada is calling for 5-10 centimetres of snow for the city and a high of 0°C.

The system begins to develop over southern Manitoba in the morning hours and will push out by Tuesday, where only a chance of flurries is forecast.

We look to warm up later in the week and return to double-digit highs for next Friday and Saturday.

— Staff


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